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Old 08-12-2007, 05:49 PM
 
Location: Rochester Hills, MI
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OK so this weekend I watched "Dead Silence" (a horror movie) and "World Trade Center".

I guess next weekend i DESPERATELY need a light, happy, silly, funny and UPLIFTING movie rental lol.

Any recommendations? Preferably I'd like to watch in HD-DVD but when I browse the HD-DVD list on Netflix I can only find gruesome, sad or boring movies so I guess I'll just pick a regular DVD.
Try choosing from the Sundance Film Festival Awards winners; nothing good coming outta L.A./Hollywood? then Foreign Genre is the way to go (IMHO)
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Old 08-12-2007, 06:02 PM
 
Location: Rochester Hills, MI
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Thumbs up Get the Most for your DVD Rentals? try this...

To get the most for your money on your netflix membership; try Browsing the "genre list" on the right of page. I found that they try to 'push you' into getting stupid stuff 'based on your selections'. They recommend things I've watched in 1980s & 90s...OMG I feel "..hey,they got some nerve"... wasting my time with this crap, OR assuming what I would like. I hate it when ad men try to get into your brain, telling you what you need to see. My tastes run 'outside the norm' anyways. Technically, since I am a Child of The Sixties...there is a lot of stuff a 25yr old nerd cannot decide ''what i need to rent''....right?

So go to the Genre and Sub-Genre lists. I'm not sure what the Blue Ray is, but its probably the HD that you wanted. Myself? I dont bother with HD, it makes the people look short, wide and fat! Plus, my eyesight isnt that good to begin with. My son insists on HD, I told him I DONT NEED IT ANYWAYS! It just makes the cartoon colors brighter to me. (IMO)

Okay: hope this suggestion helps for your netflix queue. I found it most helpful to stick with the Award Winners, NOT listen to the Critic Reviews,,,BUT DO listen to the Member Reviews (on this forum & their site) at Netflix. GOOD LUCK, lemme know what you tried. you can discuss further with me at HeleneMayer55@hotmaildotcom
(typed like that for censors bypass)
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Old 08-15-2007, 01:57 PM
 
Location: Wherabouts Unknown!
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Last night my wife and I watched Fracture, starring Anthony Hopkins & Ryan Gosling. If you enjoy great acting ( Anthony Hopkins is one of the best ever....a true master ) along with intense drama, you'll love this movie. I highly recommend it.

regards....Franco
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